Hercules 3D User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.67

Current Rating: 3.67

based on 64 votes and 12 reviews

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  • 3 stars The second-best Hercules movie this year.
  • Seriously folks, I fell asleep during this movie. What was this crap they are trying to put out. There was just something missing and I can't put my finger on it . Yuck!
  • I liked it. Dwayne is always soo good. Didn't see the plot twist coming...
  • 1 stars If you see one movie this summer, make it something else.
  • 1 stars Terrible!! one of the worst movies i have ever seen! I walked out laughing at how bad it was.
  • Downey was good.
  • 5 stars It is an entertaining movie to watch.
  • 4 stars I enjoyed it - but was surprised how short it was. It could have been longer.
  • 4 stars I thought the movie was pretty good. The Rock did a great job and the story was interesting. I would definitely recommend this movie n 3D. Don't listen to the bad reviews.
  • 1 stars This was one of the worst movie I have ever watched. The story line is so week and the sequences of the story line is confusing. All the characters praise about Hercules, the main character, but I do not see why he has to be the one who needs to be praised. It appears to be that other characters are more heroes than the main character. The rock did not do great act at all. All he did was screamng and showed off his strong physical strength durin all the movie. I also don't recommend you to watch on 3D. There is nothing good about seeing this movie in 3D. I felt like I was watching in 2D and I doubt that why I needed to see in 3D. The preview was amazing but was fake. One of the main characer

Hercules 3D

Genre:  Action | Running Time:  98 min.
Release date:  July 25, 2014 | On DVD/VOD:  November 4, 2014

Current rating: Rating: 3.67
based on 64 votes and 12 reviews
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Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell, Joseph Fiennes, Peter Mullan, John Hurt